Ewan Gleadow

Review: The Dead Don’t Die

Review: The Dead Don’t Die

  I’m surprised The Dead Don’t Die is as annoyingly bad as it is. Such a talented cast and engaging director in the form of Jim Jarmusch try feverishly hard to bring us something worth our while, yet fail in surprising fashion. Maybe the broad variety of cast members, paired with a visual design that doesn’t really scream […]

 Darren Hyland

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel – Fiennes Sparkles In A Cast Of Stars

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel – Fiennes Sparkles In A Cast Of Stars

With a record-breaking intake of $800,000 across just four American screens last weekend, The Grand Budapest Hotel opened to packed UK cinemas, as writer/director Wes Anderson unveiled a masterpiece decades in the making. The movie chiefly follows Ralph Fiennes’ hotel concierge Gustave H. and his lobby boy Zero (Tony Revolori) as they traverse the farthest […]

 Ross Mchugh

Review: The Monuments Men – Light On The Action, Heavy On The Heart-Warming

Review: The Monuments Men – Light On The Action, Heavy On The Heart-Warming

Despite an all-star cast, featuring many of Hollywood’s A-list superstars, The Monuments Men fails to live up to the billing of a film that has an interesting story as its heart and a cast to match. Based on a true story, Academy Award winner George Clooney stars as Lt. Frank Stokes, an art historian who […]